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A web cookie, a commonly used data collection technology, is simply a piece of text which can be placed on the browser of your personal computer or mobile device and subsequently read as you visit a web site. A cookie may be a session cookie, that is, a cookie that remains on your browser while you are logged on to a particular web site and then disappears when you close your browser, or it may be a persistent cookie, a cookie that remains on your browser over a period of time. Information from a cookie may be collected and used in aggregate form. Or data may be collected into an individual profile or record. That individual record may either be unique but anonymous, or the profile can be linked with information that identifies you as an individual. You can learn more about cookies, generally, at www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu
Click on the Settings cog icon (top right). Click on Internet Options. Click on Privacy and choose your options. Click Apply and then OK.
Click on the More actions button in the top right corner and select Settings. Scroll down and click on View advanced settings. Under Cookies, choose settings you want.
Click the spanner icon and select Options. Click the Show advanced settings and then choose Content settings you want. Click OK.
Choose Safari from the main task bar, then Preferences. Click the Privacy panel. Choose the settings you want. Click X to close.
Click tools from the main task bar, then options. Click the Privacy tab. Choose the settings you want. Click OK.
Click on the Tools menu. Click Preferences. Change to the Advanced tab, and to the cookie section.
From the homescreen, choose Settings. Select Safari. Click Accept Cookies. Choose your preferred settings.
Start the browser application. Click the Menu button. Select the More option, then Settings. Tick or clear Accept cookies.